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The Roesette Nebula is a large HII area, where the bright young stars of the open cluster 2244 excite the hydrogen gas to glow in its typical red color. In past different NGC designations had been given to parts of the nebula: NGC2237, NGC2238, NGC2239, NGC2246. Due to clouds I could only use 17 out of 70 120s exposures. Astro-Physics 127mm f/8, 0,75x reducer, Nikon D750a, Optolong L-enhance filter.

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